Talisay City Plans to use MDRU for Disaster Communication

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The City of Talisay, Cebu Province approved to aquire MDRU Attache Case unit during the 1st 2016 City Development Council meeting last March 16, 2016. Mayor Johnny V. de los Reyes of Talisay City presided the meeeting and had the approval of the majority of the CDC represented by the city council and component barangays.

CVISNET Participates in APEC 2015 SPSG

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Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.During the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Group Meetings hosted by the Philippines, the 51st Meeting of Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TELWG) held its own group meetings last May 12 to 16, 2015 at Boracay, Aklan, Philippines. The

MDRU Best Practices Highlight in UN Conference

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In the UN World Conference held in Sendai Japan, Executive Director Jeffrey N. Llanto presented the initial progress of the “Movable & Deployable ICT Resource Unit (MDRU)” project pilotted in Cebu, Philippines. His presentation discussed the findings of the MDRU and the benefits of the Unit in the Philippines and to other possible developing nations.

System helps in disaster communicaton

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WHEN disasters strike, communication lines are among the first to go down. But with the Movable and Deployable Resource ICT Unit (MDRU) developed in Japan, restoring it can be done in an hour. The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) turned over to the town of San Remigio in northern Cebu yesterday the MDRU, which would

Cebu municipality receives disaster-proof communications system from Japan

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SAN REMIGIO, Cebu — A P10.6 million ICT communications system that can provide telephone and Internet connectivity in disaster situations has been given to the local government here by the Japanese government. The MDRU or the Movable and Deployable Resource Unit has been developed in Japan following the East Japan earthquake in 2011 and deployed

Japan firm lends Cebu ‘disaster-useful’ tech

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CEBU, Philippines – In what is considered a first in the country, the town of San Remigio in northern Cebu is using a Japanese emergency telecommunication signal technology.   The Movable and Deployable ICT (information and communications technology) Resource Unit, otherwise known as MDRU, is a joint endeavor of Japan and Philippines. The two countries

MDRU Experiment Project Soft Launching

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SAN REMIGIO, Cebu — A P10.6 million ICT communications system that can provide telephone and Internet connectivity in disaster situations has been given to the local government here by the Japanese government. The MDRU or the Movable and Deployable Resource Unit has been developed in Japan following the East Japan earthquake in 2011 and deployed

CVISNET Executive Director Jeffrey Llanto Attended NTT R&D Forum 2014 at Tokyo, Japan

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With invitation from Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation – Network Innovation Laboratories (NTT-NIL) Executive Director Atsushi Takahara and Senior Research Engineer Supervisor Toshikazu Sakano, Executive Director Llanto attended the prestigious 2-day NTT R&D Forum 2014 at Tokyo, Japan from February 13 and 14, 2014. The forum showcases the research and development achievements of the NTT
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